I saw a recent article supporting Craig Wright's claim to being Satoshi Nakamoto. Other articles about him suggest that most of the community believes he's a scammer, and not actually Nakamoto. The evidence he provided was some signature that apparently proved nothing. On the other hand, Bitcoin developers challenged him to reveal the private key. That seems pretty extreme, as it would allow anyone to spend all his BTC, no?
Wouldn't an appropriate demonstration be to announce that you are going to transfer a very precise but token number of BTC to some wallet, say, a charity? This would preserve everyone's private information, but demonstrate that he has control of Nakamoto's BTC, no? I assume anyone who is unwilling to make such a demonstration would automatically be assumed to be a fraudster. What am I missing?